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  • "Boundaries are imagination. There's nothing to protect."
    Judy Cohen
  • The pathless path has no entry. The one vastness experiences itself in All and is free.
    Bernd
  • There is only one step, one pointer: abidance in I AM, abidance in the Self.
    Rajiv Kapur
  • The recognition of presence, of sacredness, comes in those moments when you actually feel just like you, that original, beautiful, open, unnamed fullness of who you have always been, and always will be. In this moment you understand at the most profound level that you are life expressing itself both uniquely and always.
    John Siddique
  • Identifying with our thoughts which gives rise to the belief that we are all separate from each other and separate from God, Presence, is the cause of all suffering.
    Mandi Solk
  • This is a journey for very few because it requires everything. Yet it offers everything. Eventually you realize that this world cannot touch you anymore. It can't kick you around anymore because now you sit in the seat of truth. You sit in the heart of love. You've faced all there is to face. And now all you experience is love, not love in the absence of pain, not love in the absence of fear, not love in the absence of anything, but love through absolutely everything."
    Devaji
  • The beauty of this invitation is that nothing needs to be changed, fixed, or eliminated. It is a non-dualistic, non-judgmental enquiry into our present being. Everything happens through the agency of awareness.
    Isaac Shapiro
  • More than the NOW... we need the HOW!
    Rajiv Kapur
  • In the course of investigation, people spontaneously recognize the true nature of themselves, which many report as the experience of peace, unconditional love, compassion, or simply of being home.
    Isaac Shapiro
  • I would like to thank you for taking me into inquiry session with such sincerity and love. I am very grateful to you. What I received from you has no price. ~R. P., Dallas, Texas
    Fred Davis
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